Are you curious about Solution-Focused Brief Coaching?
Do you want to make progress on your projects? Do you need to make a decision? Do you want to get unstuck and move forward, whatever the issue is? Are you having problems with co-workers or people in your life and you would like to solve them?
Then a coaching session might be useful to you!
Here’s the deal.
– one free solution-focused brief-coaching session (30 minutes)
– delivered via Skype
It is the real thing, so expect all the benefits of a regular coaching session.
And here is the catch:
– the audio of the session will be recorded
– the session will be made available to my trainees (and only them) for learning purposes (so I would need you to sign a paper authorizing that).
I need more demos so that my brief coach trainees can be exposed to a even higher number of real life sessions, in addition to the practice sessions that take place during the workshop, before they set out to coach themselves.
It is a win-win situation: I get more taped sessions to use in my trainings, you get free coaching!
If interested, please send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
An Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) with the International Coach Federation (ICF), the training is one of the best way to learn how to lead Solution-Focused conversations – a method featured in books like Switch, and an established protocol in therapy.
> Here < are some reasons of why learning Brief Coaching skills matters, if you are a Coach, a Consultant, a Manager, an Executive or anyone in a Leadership position. Whenever you need to facilitate change, Solution-Focus is the quickestevidence-based technology we have.
And > here < are the details – when, where and how much. At 2,980 US$ for 8 days of training and follow-up Skype sessions, with flexible payment options, the price is hard to beat, considering the quality of the training format refined over the years and delivered in such small groups.
There are still two spots left… send me an email now at email@example.com if you are interested in attending next week!!
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